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Watch educational videos on beef cattle from beef farmers and other cattle experts. Learn about beef cattle buying, handling, feed, corral setups, animal behavior, genetics, and other topics. Also see videos about general beef industry news.
How the Beef Improvement Federation Helps the Beef Industry

How the Beef Improvement Federation Helps the Beef Industry

We talk with Lee Leachman, Colorado cattle producer and Beef Improvement Federation Vice President, to get his thoughts on the value of the Federation to the beef industry and how you can get involved with this important organization.... More
Big Population Gives Adaptability Options

Big Population Gives Adaptability Options

Paul Bennett, Knoll Crest Farms, works around fescue challenges on his south-central Virginia seedstock operation by using all the tools available.... More
Macy Liebreich - 2017 Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador

Macy Liebreich - 2017 Robert C. McHaffie Junior Ambassador

This video features award winner Macy Liebreich from Saskatchewan. Her family raises about 200 purebred black angus cows.... More
Cow-Calf Corner - A.I. Tips

Cow-Calf Corner - A.I. Tips

Glenn Selk explains how daytime temperatures can impact artificial insemination conception rates in cattle.... More
Solar Powered Wells for Livestock Watering Systems

Solar Powered Wells for Livestock Watering Systems

Mike Goodchild, UF/IFAS Walton County Extension, talks with Henry Hodges of IV Plantation about his solar powered water wells. Solar wells are an economically and environmentally sound way to supply water to livestock grazing systems.... More
Winter Corn Grazing 250 Cows

Winter Corn Grazing 250 Cows

Terry Young of Earl Grey, Saskatchewan shows us how he winter corn grazes his 250 cows on 75 acres of corn.... More
Expectations Guide Cattle Feeding

Expectations Guide Cattle Feeding

Richard Zinn, animal scientist and feedlot specialist at the University of California-Davis, talks about the applied science of using expectations and observations to keep cattle feeding on track.... More

Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

Glenn Selk has three signs that indicate if cows are cycling.... More
Cattle Producers Respond to China Including U.S. Beef on Retaliatory Tariff List

Cattle Producers Respond to China Including U.S. Beef on Retaliatory Tariff List

We asked cattle producers at the recent NCBA Legislative Conference to share their thoughts about trade and their concerns about a possible trade war with China.... More
NCBA Responds to China Targeting U.S. Beef

NCBA Responds to China Targeting U.S. Beef

Kent Bacus, Director of International Trade and Market Access for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, discusses the recent news that China has included American-produced beef on a list of proposed retaliatory tariffs.... More
 Establishing a High-Legume Pasture

Establishing a High-Legume Pasture

Why High-Legume Pastures?... More
 Custom Cattle Feeder

Custom Cattle Feeder

Gary Garman of Allan, Saskatchewan and his fairly large portable hay feeder that measures 17 feet wide and 96 feet long. It has a wooden sliding gate which is pushed along as the cattle clean up the feed. He feeds about 60 cows each winter and has a custom grinder fill the feeder. It is large en... More
Cow-Calf Corner - Early Weaning

Cow-Calf Corner - Early Weaning

Glenn Selk says research shows there are benefits of early weaning in drought conditions.... More
Know Thy Customers

Know Thy Customers

Paul Dykstra, beef cattle specialist for the Certified Angus Beef brand, outlines ways for seedstock suppliers to differentiate their businesses by knowing their customers at all levels.... More
Market Analysis - Mike Briggs

Market Analysis - Mike Briggs

Mike Briggs, Briggs Feedlot manager, talks about the USDA April Cattle on Feed report and describes the current and future cattle market prices.... More
Limit feeding - Getting The Most Out Of Your Concentrate

Limit feeding - Getting The Most Out Of Your Concentrate

David Lalman explains how adjusting ways of feeding cattle can help ration forage and feed during drought.... More
Livestock Marketing - Potential wildfire effects

Livestock Marketing - Potential wildfire effects

Derrell Peel says cattle producers should “proceed with caution” as we move toward summer.... More
Cow-Calf Corner - Udder Health

Cow-Calf Corner - Udder Health

Glenn Selk explains why producers should consider culling cows with unsound udders.... More
Measure & Improve Beef

Measure & Improve Beef

Market Analysis – Roy Smith, a farmer and grain marketing consultant from Plattsmouth, Nebraska, talks about why farmers should consider marketing new and old crop in April and May. He also shares his opinion on recent USDA reports.... More
 Farming Carbon

Farming Carbon

Livestock producers Troy Stozek and Don McIntyre – both from southwestern Manitoba – are on the frontlines of farming carbon. By practicing rotational grazing, they’re able to raise more cattle on less land, and in doing so they’re restoring the soil and sequestering carbon from the atmosphere a... More
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